7-Eleven is now testing a new beer delivery service in Orlando


Convenience store giant 7-Eleven is trying to eliminate the need for a beer run.

Starting last Friday, the chain began testing a new beer delivery service through its app, 7Now, in 18 cities across the nation, including Orlando, Tampa and Miami.

"The Beer Necessities" will offer "everything from traditional beers to craft beers and ciders," read a statement. "A few that are available for delivery include: Dos Equis, Modelo, Corona, Coors Light, Bud Light, Heineken, Budweiser, Angry Orchard, Stella Artois, Dogfish Head, New Belgium Fat Tire Amber Ale, Brooklyn Defender, Miler Light, Michelob Ultra, Kona Big Wave Golden Ale, Blue Moon New Belgium Voodoo Ranger and more."

And, because every good beer deserves a good snack, the app also allows users to order various munchies, like candy and chips, and yes, Slurpees.

The new app is available in the Google Play and Apple Store.

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